Archive - Nov 5, 2010 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Twenty-one years ago, the current CRW Home Center established itself as a small showroom tucked away along Mulberry Alley.
Fast-forward to 2010, when CRW now stretches out in a 35,000-square foot facility with 19 full- and part-time employees, and owners Tim and Cindy Chambers and their store have been named the Punxsutawney Area Chamber of Commerceâs 2010 Small Business of the Year.
âA little birdie had said I better make sure I goâ to the annual Chamber banquet Thursday at the Punxsutawney Country Club, Tim Chambers said. âI thought, âOK, now I know why.ââ
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Students who attend PAMS and PAHS could have the opportunity to kick off a program that helps them not only get into better physical condition, but to learn to eat better, as well.
PAMS Assistant Principal Michael Guidice recently told the Punxsutawney Area School Board that the National Dairy Council (NDC) and National Football League (NFL) are helping schools across the country score big with Fuel Up to Play 60, a program to tackle childhood obesity by giving young people a voice in changing the school nutrition and physical activity environment.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â According to PAHS Principal David London, West Shamokin has forfeited its football game â scheduled for Friday in Rural Valley â against the Punxsy Chucks due to lack of players.
London said Thursday afternoon, West Shamokin Athletic Director Tom McClain notified him and Punxsy Athletic Director John Knopick that the Wolves are unable to field enough eligible players for the game.
London said the forfeit moves Punxsy's record to 10-0, and playoff points will be awarded to Punxsy for the win.